HARBORCENTER is a focal point of the renaissance underway in the Buffalo Niagara region! Buffalo is home to some of America’s greatest architecture, including works by Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan and H.H. Richardson; a system of parks and parkways designed by Frederick Law Olmsted; world-class modern art at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery; the Grammy Award-winning Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; and some fascinating history, from the Erie Canal to the inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt. And each year Buffalo hosts dozens of festivals, from the National Garden Festival to the Taste of Buffalo to the National Buffalo Wing Festival.  Not enough? Explore hip neighborhoods filled with boutiques and cafes, like Allentown and the Elmwood Village, and sample a culinary scene that ranges from chicken wings to locally-sourced cuisine. And of course, a natural wonder of the world, Niagara Falls, is just a 30-minute drive from downtown.

Go to VisitBuffaloNiagara.com to explore all the Queen City of the Great Lakes has to offer!

Driving Distances
Niagara Falls – 20 miles
Rochester – 75 miles
Toronto – 100 miles
Kitchener – 105 miles
Oshawa – 135 miles
London – 145 miles
Syracuse – 150 miles
Peterborough – 180 miles
Cleveland – 190 miles
Binghamton – 195 miles
State College – 195 miles
Pittsburgh – 220 miles
Detroit – 270 miles
Albany – 290 miles
Hershey – 295 miles
Columbus – 330 miles
Sudbury – 330 miles
Lake Placid – 350 miles
Burlington, VT – 370 miles
Philadelphia – 375 miles
Washington, D.C. – 400 miles
Montreal – 400 miles